iPhone 6S is a dedicated follower of Qualcomm
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No Intel LTE inside anytime soon

Northland Capital Markets claimed that Intel might get up to 50 percent of all iPhone market in 2016, however we asked around and it turns out that is untrue.

Apple exterminates plans for a cheap iPhone
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We didnt get where we are today by making things affordable

Apple is about to spike plans to make a cheaper, plastic iPhone 6C.

Apple kisses good-bye to China sales
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Let's make ourselves more expensive

Fruity cargo cult Apple has been telling the world and its dog that it will stop its falling iPhone sales by expanding into China.

iTunes "illegal" in the UK
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Something positive from daft High Court ruling

Fall out from a bizarre UK high court ruling could see Apple's iTunes banned from the country.

iPhone sales dropping in US
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Beginning of the end

Apple's vice like grip in the US smartphone market is falling off as sales of the overpriced gadgets slump.

Apple Play-Doh scammers
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Fan boys would not notice

Three teens were arrested in Detroit area after trying to flog the owner of a MetroPCS store iPhones that were bricked. 

Kids wonder why their parents bought iPods
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We wonder why they buy iPhones

It seems that Apple's reality distortion field on products does not last very long. 

Apple wants India to make up for China
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Looking to recruit slum dog millionaires

Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is looking to replace what is predicted to become a shrinking market in China by adopting a missionary position for its cargo cult in India.

We were right Apple results are grim
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Tame Apple Press is spinning like a mad thing

Yesterday we warned the Tame Apple Press would be spinning what were expected to be bad results and we were right.

Apple adverts show it has lost its way
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Admits that others are doing the same things cheaper

Apple's latest wave of adverts seem dedicated to the fact that its rivals are producing products that are the same and much cheaper